If you are looking to buy a Havanese puppy, these tips can steer you in the right direction with respect to taking care of the Havanese coat. In particular, you can gain valuable tips on how to groom Havanese the right way whether at home or in the salon.
Similarly if you are working as a professional groomer and have customers bringing in their Havanese pet for a grooming appointment, you can also utilize these suggestions to good effect.
This article provides some trimming tips for you along with suggestions for tools to make the task more easy.
How to Groom a Havanese Video
I think this YoTube video demonstrates how to groom a Havanese dog the right way as well as how to cut Havanese hair. Not only that it also shows how to do it with maximize comfort for you as well as the dog.
Clipping faces, in particular around the eyes, is always tricky. This video provides a good demo of how to groom a Havanese face as well as the back, belly, tail and paws.
You can see from the video that the groomer suggests a full groom every 2 to 3 months. You just need to look past the ads in the video to see how valuable the content is.
This little Havanese is a sheer delight to watch, so affectionate but most importantly absolutely at ease with being clipped. Well, at least until it came to nail clipping and I don’t know any dog that is entirely okay about having their toe nails trimmed. But the groomer manages this task as well as the other grooming tasks. She uses a harness which keeps the dog in position without adding to any discomfort whatsoever.
You would have noticed right at the end of the video some brief tips on
how to keep Havanese hair from matting in particular the ears.
This little Havanese boy dog looks truly handsome by the end of his clipping and grooming.
Types of grooming equipment used in the video include:
A grooming harness
I’m sure you would agree that having a harness makes all the difference. The groomer in the video would not have been able to keep her doggy client relatively still for the length of the session without it.
Blades for Clippers
Used blunt clippers won’t “cut it” when it comes to managing nail clipping. Make sure you have a good quality pair.
The only suggestion I would make is that you might prefer to try a cordless clipper. As you can see from the video, the cord does tend to get in the way a little and even for an experienced groomer, the cord requires some nifty manoeuvring. I have found the following to be very popular:
The type of grooming table you choose will depend on whether you are simply doing your own grooming at home or managing a busy dog grooming salon professionally. If the former, you can find a selection here that might offer what you are looking for.
However, if it is a professional heavy duty grooming table that you are after then you might like to consider something along these lines:
Dog Grooming Brush
You might already have a suitable brush but if not you can find a
wide selection available on Amazon
How to Groom a Havanese Puppy Cut
This video shows a groomer working (in silence) with the cutest of little puppies. I’m sure you will agree the end result is ever so handsome.
Until next time, have fun with your gorgeous Havanese dog, adult or puppy.